I need even more "bloated" mozilla!
More and more people are switching to IE because it is simply a better browser. In our place people prefare Netscape to IE because of the roaming access and profiles. Mozilla does not has roaming access and is useless for us.
But the real problem I personaly have to deal with is the lack of integration between Linux authoring tools and web server like apache or zope. Thanks to WebDAV and Netscape "Publish" i can edit my pages but it is not what I really want to use.
In the past I was using NetObject Fusion (for Windows) I was very pleased by the way it was working. With NetObjects Fusion I was able to keep logical structure of linked documents. Unfortunately at the time (version 3) it started to get hard to edit website bigger then ~100 pages. Anyway, I have switched to Linux.
Is it possible to get enouth integration between server and authoring tools (accessible from a web browser) to be able to keep all documents/pages well organized with links being automaitcally managed and with easy and logical navigation and search system?
I think that there are several tools/efforts underway, like:
Zope Studio (next generation IDE for Zope)
System for generation of pdf documents from many html pages.
Word processing - browser integration.
Maybe one day I would be able to use KLyX to create my documents directly on a web server?